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Handcrafted white stoneware (Danish porcelain) shallow serving bowl made on the potter's wheel. Thrown and altered dish, high fired to 2350 degrees f. in a soda kiln. Bowl is flashed in the soda vapors to a toasty, almost copper to a soft yellow color and decorated around with trailed green and black slips on a swath of ochre. We use our soda bowls to serve small salads and appetizers, sandwiches and side dishes. In-between, we use them as center pieces on our dinning room table.

These altered plates are fun to make, and I think they will look good on the dinner table. The soda surfaces are getting to be exactly what I am hunting for, and I look forward to making many more.

Approx. 10" x 9" x 4"

Food, microwave, and dishwasher safe

Soda firing is a dramatic process similar to salt glazing, but minus the harmful pollutants. Soda firing uses sodium bicarbonate and/or soda ash introduced into the kiln at peak temperature. The soda swirls unpredictably in the kiln, changing the glazes in wonderful and often surprising ways.

NOTE: the bottoms of soda fired pots are lifted on wads of clay to protect them from sticking to the kiln shelves. These wads leave white marks on the feet of pots. Additionally, soda may bubble up from the shelf further scarring the bottom. All marks are carefully scraped down and sanded smooth to protect your furniture.

Serving bowl with handles for fruit and side dishes, white stoneware- 537


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: white stoneware, soda glaze, yellow slip, orange flashing slip
  • Only ships within United States.
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